Reward for return of Shasha-Lee

2015-05-19 06:00
Shasha-Lee November has been missing for two weeks after last seen playing in front of her home in Groenal Walk, Hanover Park. Mayor of Cape Town Patricia de Lille has offered a reward of R25?000 for Shasha-Lee’s safe return.

Shasha-Lee November has been missing for two weeks after last seen playing in front of her home in Groenal Walk, Hanover Park. Mayor of Cape Town Patricia de Lille has offered a reward of R25?000 for Shasha-Lee’s safe return.

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A cash reward has been put on the table for the safe return of six-year-old Shasha-Lee November.

This comes after Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille said she would reward anyone with information to help find the girl who went missing on Sunday 3 May.

De Lille has offered R25 000 for information that will lead to ­Shasha-Lee’s safe return.

In a statement last week, De Lille said her heart went out to the family.

“It has been 10 days since six-year-old Shasha-Lee November went missing, after she was last seen playing in Groenal Walk in Hanover Park. My heart goes out to the mother and family of this young girl and I would like to add to her appeal for anyone who knows about her whereabouts to please come forward with information that will lead to the safe return of Shasha-Lee,” De Lille said.

She also said she supported the family through the traumatic experience.

“As a mother, I cannot imagine the trauma that her family must be going through and would like to send my support to the family. The community, police and other safety and security agencies have been searching for Shasha-Lee for more than [two weeks]. It is my hope that we can find this little girl soon and return her safely to her family,” De Lille said.

“As such, I am offering a R25 000 reward for any information that will lead to finding Shasha-Lee and to the resultant arrest and conviction of the guilty parties.”

De Lille appealed to residents to come forward with any information pertaining to Shasha’s whereabouts “so that we can find this young girl”.

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Anyone with information is urged to contact Constable Keith Wakefield on 083 471 4716 or 021 376 9850. Alternatively call CrimeStop on 08600 10111 or send an SMS to CrimeLine on 321 111

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